|February 27, 2011, 15:42||
How to visualize secundary flow in a bender
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how can i visualize the secundary flows in a bender. i mean flows like this
have anyone a suggestion to solve the problem?
i already tried to create a streamline or a scalar/vector scene but i got any success.
|February 28, 2011, 09:19||
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In vector plots there is a 'projection mode', If you choose 'tangential' then you get in plane vectors. Why it is called tangential as opposed to in plane is anyone's guess.
Alternatively you could create a local co-ordinate system and then generate a field function of the magnitude of the in plane values. If you have a large number of non-aligned planes this could obviously be painful.
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